Bring Me The Horizon, Scarlxrd, Idles, Yonaka

Listen To Bring Me The Horizon’s All Points East Playlist

Bring Me The Horizon are headlining All Points East this summer, and they’ve made us a special playlist to celebrate.

Bring Me The Horizon will headline their first ever festival this summer at All Points East in Victoria Park, London. But they’re not just closing the show, they’re picking the show. That’s right, the BMTH boys are curating their own bleedin’ festival and it looks awesome. 

Idles? Sure. Scarlxrd? Why not. Run The Jewels? You better believe it, buddy. And even more? Yes siree bob.

There are even more artists to be announced, but to give you a taster of what’s in store, Bring Me The Horizon have created this handy little Spotify playlist featuring all bands currently announced.

We’re really excited to be curating our day at All Points East and out together this playlist featuring some of our favourite tunes by artists on the line up,” BMTH keyboardist Jordan Fish tells Kerrang!. The Run The Jewels track has been in our pre-show playlist for a while now, and it’s a great tune for getting psyched for a show. They’re also a sick live act and their live shows go crazy, so we’re excited to see how they go down with our crowd and vice versa. 

We picked Amsterdam by Nothing But Thieves as it’s got a great energy and it’s a great festival tune. Yonaka are one of our favourite up and coming bands. We recently took them on tour with us so we’re excited to hang out with those guys again. They’re a really good live band with great stage presence – this track Fired Up is one of our live favourites of theirs.”

Bring Me The Horizon headline All Points East on May 31 in London, UK. Tickets are available now.

Bring Me The Horizon All Points East Poster
Posted on January 8th 2019, 1:17p.m.
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